After leaving Kamwenge I visited the capital and started searching the International Volunteers Network to find work in exchange for accommodation, I soon found Adullam and discovered that it was a recently built school (Only 1 year old at the time) which sparked my interest after working so closely with schools kamwenge.
Adullam is a community funded and built primary school for children in their local district of Luwero (western Uganda, 35km outside Kampala). Founded by William Nsereko it was built to provide a school for the disadvantaged, those unable to attend due to daily commutes being too far, or fees being too expensive.
William put me up for two weeks in his own house while I worked at adullam. In this time I learnt about the community and his past, I soon found out half of the teachers were parents to the pupils and that it was run completely off donations, either in money or food.